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Becoming and Being an Early Childhood Professional

Becoming and Being an Early Childhood Professional

Jane Bertrand
Becoming and Being an Early Childhood Professional
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2021-02-26
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2022
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0176916091
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9780176916091
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Jane Bertrand?s Becoming and Being an Early Childhood Professional, First Edition, lays the groundwork for students to fully understand their role as an early childhood educator, and the importance it plays for the children in their care. This text explores early childhood education from its history to today?s 21st-century Canadian landscape. Through a play-based learning approach, the practice within this book is supported by public policies and research evidence. The text focuses on three broad themes: reduction of inequalities, respect for children, and expansion of opportunities. It will challenge and provoke students? thinking and consideration of possibilities for exploring early learning.

Jane Bertrand

Jane Bertrand is an early childhood educator who graduated from the ECE diploma program at St Lawrence College in Kingston in 1975. She also has a B.A. in psychology from Queen’s University and a M.Ed. in early childhood from the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education at the University of Toronto. Jane is currently a faculty member in the Early Childhood program at George Brown College. She has had many opportunities to work across the early childhood sector - in programs, policy development and research. Recently she has participated on the Toronto First Duty Research and Development team, the research and writing team for the Early Years 2: Putting Science into Action and contributed to the development and revisions of the Science of Early Child Development, a multi-media curriculum resource.

Jane Bertrand?s Becoming and Being an Early Childhood Professional, First Edition, lays the groundwork for students to fully understand their role as an early childhood educator, and the importance it plays for the children in their care. This text explores early childhood education from its history to today?s 21st-century Canadian landscape. Through a play-based learning approach, the practice within this book is supported by public policies and research evidence. The text focuses on three broad themes: reduction of inequalities, respect for children, and expansion of opportunities. It will challenge and provoke students? thinking and consideration of possibilities for exploring early learning.

Jane Bertrand

Jane Bertrand is an early childhood educator who graduated from the ECE diploma program at St Lawrence College in Kingston in 1975. She also has a B.A. in psychology from Queen’s University and a M.Ed. in early childhood from the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education at the University of Toronto. Jane is currently a faculty member in the Early Childhood program at George Brown College. She has had many opportunities to work across the early childhood sector - in programs, policy development and research. Recently she has participated on the Toronto First Duty Research and Development team, the research and writing team for the Early Years 2: Putting Science into Action and contributed to the development and revisions of the Science of Early Child Development, a multi-media curriculum resource.

Jane Bertrand?s Becoming and Being an Early Childhood Professional, First Edition, lays the groundwork for students to fully understand their role as an early childhood educator, and the importance it plays for the children in their care. This text explores early childhood education from its history to today?s 21st-century Canadian landscape. Through a play-based learning approach, the practice within this book is supported by public policies and research evidence. The text focuses on three broad themes: reduction of inequalities, respect for children, and expansion of opportunities. It will challenge and provoke students? thinking and consideration of possibilities for exploring early learning.

Jane Bertrand

Jane Bertrand is an early childhood educator who graduated from the ECE diploma program at St Lawrence College in Kingston in 1975. She also has a B.A. in psychology from Queen’s University and a M.Ed. in early childhood from the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education at the University of Toronto. Jane is currently a faculty member in the Early Childhood program at George Brown College. She has had many opportunities to work across the early childhood sector - in programs, policy development and research. Recently she has participated on the Toronto First Duty Research and Development team, the research and writing team for the Early Years 2: Putting Science into Action and contributed to the development and revisions of the Science of Early Child Development, a multi-media curriculum resource.

Jane Bertrand?s Becoming and Being an Early Childhood Professional, First Edition, lays the groundwork for students to fully understand their role as an early childhood educator, and the importance it plays for the children in their care. This text explores early childhood education from its history to today?s 21st-century Canadian landscape. Through a play-based learning approach, the practice within this book is supported by public policies and research evidence. The text focuses on three broad themes: reduction of inequalities, respect for children, and expansion of opportunities. It will challenge and provoke students? thinking and consideration of possibilities for exploring early learning.

Jane Bertrand

Jane Bertrand is an early childhood educator who graduated from the ECE diploma program at St Lawrence College in Kingston in 1975. She also has a B.A. in psychology from Queen’s University and a M.Ed. in early childhood from the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education at the University of Toronto. Jane is currently a faculty member in the Early Childhood program at George Brown College. She has had many opportunities to work across the early childhood sector - in programs, policy development and research. Recently she has participated on the Toronto First Duty Research and Development team, the research and writing team for the Early Years 2: Putting Science into Action and contributed to the development and revisions of the Science of Early Child Development, a multi-media curriculum resource.

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  • Jane Bertrand?s Becoming and Being an Early Childhood Professional, First Edition, lays the groundwork for students to fully understand their role as an early childhood educator, and the importance it plays for the children in their care. This text explores early childhood education from its history to today?s 21st-century Canadian landscape. Through a play-based learning approach, the practice within this book is supported by public policies and research evidence. The text focuses on three broad themes: reduction of inequalities, respect for children, and expansion of opportunities. It will challenge and provoke students? thinking and consideration of possibilities for exploring early learning.

    Jane Bertrand

    Jane Bertrand is an early childhood educator who graduated from the ECE diploma program at St Lawrence College in Kingston in 1975. She also has a B.A. in psychology from Queen’s University and a M.Ed. in early childhood from the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education at the University of Toronto. Jane is currently a faculty member in the Early Childhood program at George Brown College. She has had many opportunities to work across the early childhood sector - in programs, policy development and research. Recently she has participated on the Toronto First Duty Research and Development team, the research and writing team for the Early Years 2: Putting Science into Action and contributed to the development and revisions of the Science of Early Child Development, a multi-media curriculum resource.

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  • Jane Bertrand?s Becoming and Being an Early Childhood Professional, First Edition, lays the groundwork for students to fully understand their role as an early childhood educator, and the importance it plays for the children in their care. This text explores early childhood education from its history to today?s 21st-century Canadian landscape. Through a play-based learning approach, the practice within this book is supported by public policies and research evidence. The text focuses on three broad themes: reduction of inequalities, respect for children, and expansion of opportunities. It will challenge and provoke students? thinking and consideration of possibilities for exploring early learning.

    Jane Bertrand

    Jane Bertrand is an early childhood educator who graduated from the ECE diploma program at St Lawrence College in Kingston in 1975. She also has a B.A. in psychology from Queen’s University and a M.Ed. in early childhood from the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education at the University of Toronto. Jane is currently a faculty member in the Early Childhood program at George Brown College. She has had many opportunities to work across the early childhood sector - in programs, policy development and research. Recently she has participated on the Toronto First Duty Research and Development team, the research and writing team for the Early Years 2: Putting Science into Action and contributed to the development and revisions of the Science of Early Child Development, a multi-media curriculum resource.

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  • Jane Bertrand?s Becoming and Being an Early Childhood Professional, First Edition, lays the groundwork for students to fully understand their role as an early childhood educator, and the importance it plays for the children in their care. This text explores early childhood education from its history to today?s 21st-century Canadian landscape. Through a play-based learning approach, the practice within this book is supported by public policies and research evidence. The text focuses on three broad themes: reduction of inequalities, respect for children, and expansion of opportunities. It will challenge and provoke students? thinking and consideration of possibilities for exploring early learning.

    Jane Bertrand

    Jane Bertrand is an early childhood educator who graduated from the ECE diploma program at St Lawrence College in Kingston in 1975. She also has a B.A. in psychology from Queen’s University and a M.Ed. in early childhood from the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education at the University of Toronto. Jane is currently a faculty member in the Early Childhood program at George Brown College. She has had many opportunities to work across the early childhood sector - in programs, policy development and research. Recently she has participated on the Toronto First Duty Research and Development team, the research and writing team for the Early Years 2: Putting Science into Action and contributed to the development and revisions of the Science of Early Child Development, a multi-media curriculum resource.

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  • Jane Bertrand?s Becoming and Being an Early Childhood Professional, First Edition, lays the groundwork for students to fully understand their role as an early childhood educator, and the importance it plays for the children in their care. This text explores early childhood education from its history to today?s 21st-century Canadian landscape. Through a play-based learning approach, the practice within this book is supported by public policies and research evidence. The text focuses on three broad themes: reduction of inequalities, respect for children, and expansion of opportunities. It will challenge and provoke students? thinking and consideration of possibilities for exploring early learning.

    Jane Bertrand

    Jane Bertrand is an early childhood educator who graduated from the ECE diploma program at St Lawrence College in Kingston in 1975. She also has a B.A. in psychology from Queen’s University and a M.Ed. in early childhood from the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education at the University of Toronto. Jane is currently a faculty member in the Early Childhood program at George Brown College. She has had many opportunities to work across the early childhood sector - in programs, policy development and research. Recently she has participated on the Toronto First Duty Research and Development team, the research and writing team for the Early Years 2: Putting Science into Action and contributed to the development and revisions of the Science of Early Child Development, a multi-media curriculum resource.

 
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